I’ve always been intrigued with the possibility of photographing a moonlit foreground at moonset with the milky way without blending exposures (Edit : that should read without blending exposures from different times of the night – a longer exposure was taken for the foreground at the time as the moon was getting dim quickly). This was the one time I’ve been able to get to a spot to take such an image – eerie being out there but great fun too!
Location: Kings Beach, South Australia
Title: Kings Ransom
Took this little beauty during a glorious sunrise last week at Kings Beach, Victor Harbor. I had been tossing up between Petrel Cove and Kings Beach, but am glad I decided on the latter! The moment I looked at this on the back of the camera it became one of my favourites. I’m currently trying to find an excuse to get it printed large on acrylic for our new house. Interested to know what you guys think.
A busy week and back I am with another shot from the morning shoot at Petrel cove. I love that pace for the combination of angry sea and the rock formation.
Enjoy the fall and the beautiful morning Light.
This was taken on one of my most memorable dawns visiting this spot. One of those rare mornings of near 360 degree light which is great as the process of light chasing doesn’t ruin composition as much as it could! (Or at least, I find that when I start chasing light, my compositions aren’t as strong as I’d like). This spot is also one that I find best visited in the winter months due to the position of the sun at both sunset and sunrise.
Daytime /nighttime image taken from Eyre Peninsula, South Australia. I will post the 2 separate images in facebook later this week for comparison. Hoping to get some new work by the end of the year but for now, it’s baby minding duties and playing around on the PC with the spare time 🙂
Port Willunga South Australia On this morning, a passing thunderstorm ebbed away to the east while on the western horizon, anticrepuscular rays did some strange division of light in the clouds. It was a very interesting phenomenon to witness with clouds present as I had only seen them in clear sections of the sky before.
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